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 Choose the correct word or phrase.
 

1. Your hands are covered in oil. on the car?
2. I’m writing an email to my best friend. him for at least 20 years.
3. No, I haven’t onions. I’ve got a bad cold.
4. I’ve been waiting for the chance to move to a bigger flat a long time.
5. He’s Karate for three years now. He's a lot of competitions since he started.
6. I won't be able to go snowboarding next month. my leg.
7. I’ve carrots ever since I was a child.
8. How long for a lawyer?
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Complete the following sentences by writing the verbs in the correct form. Follow the example.
 
Example:
I met our new neighbours yesterday. They seem quite friendly.

1. Do you mind if I your pen? (borrow/lend)
2. Pepito’s started his new job. He much more than in his last one. (earn/win)
3. I’ve never her. Is she friendly? (meet/know)
4. Roger is an old friend. I’ve him since we were at school. (meet/know)
5. Her boyfriend Brad Pitt! (look/look like)
6. When I saw him he really angry. (look/look like)
7. She her new black dress to the party yesterday. (wear/carry)
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- To express how you feel or your feelings about something or someone use .....ed
- To express what something or someone is like use ....ing

Examples:
The lesson was boring and we were all totally bored (by the lesson)
Everyone was frightened. The film was really frightening.

 Write an adjective ending in "...ed" or "...ing" in the spaces.
 

1. The documentary was . I couldn't take my eyes off the screen. (fascinate)
2. They were when they heard the news about Simon's sex change. (shock)
3. It’s really when your neighbours wake up early and start drilling holes in the walls at 6am! (irritate)
4. I was very with the book. After such good reviews I expected much more. (disappoint)
5. It was a long drive and I finally arrived home feeling absolutely (exhaust)
6. I asked her when she was having the baby. She said that she wasn't pregnant, just a bit fat. It was very (embarrass)
7. After smoking some marijuana, Pepito felt completely . (relax)
8. We are very with your CV. How soon can you come to see us for an interview? (impress)
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Replace the BOLD words with a phrasal verb with TAKE and make any necessary changes to the new sentence. Follow the example.
 

Example:
Our three children and the big house pretty much occupy nearly all of my free time.
Our three children and the big house pretty much nearly all of my free time.

1. I am similar to my dad in many ways.
    I my dad in many ways.
2. I think you should return it to the shop and ask for a refund.
    I think you should to the shop and ask for a refund.
3. They are shortening my new trousers and the sleeves of the jacket. Don't worry, it'll be ready in time for the wedding.
    They are my new trousers and the sleeves of the jacket. Don't worry, it'll be ready in time for the wedding.
4. I think you’ve offended them. You should have removed your shoes before you went inside the house.
    I think you’ve offended them. You should have your shoes before you went inside the house.
5. Would you mind looking after the baby while I go to the shops for half an hour?
    Would you mind the baby while I go to the shops for half an hour?
6. I didn’t like sushi either the first time I tasted it.
    I didn’t sushi either the first time I tasted it.
7. If you have a family emergency, you are allowed three days free from work.
    If you have a family emergency, you are allowed three days from work.
8. It was a good idea of yours to start playing tennis. It looks like you've lost a lot of weight.
    It was a good idea of yours to tennis. It looks like you've lost a lot of weight.
9. The company aren’t employing any more staff for the moment.
    The company aren’t any more staff for the moment.
10.My boss is hiring someone to replace our computer technician.
    My boss is hiring someone to our computer technician.

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